Systematics: The Science Of Biological Diversity Chapter 12

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´╗┐Systematics: The Science Of Biological Diversity Chapter 12 Systematics - the logical investigation of organic differing qualities and its developmental history.

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Theophrastus (370-285 B.C.) Father of Botany, understudy of Aristotle. Arranged plants in light of frame. Tree Shrub Undershrub Herb

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Atropa belladonna - Solanaceae

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Carol von Linn├ę (1707-1778) Swedish naturalist. Species Naturae & Plantarum . Plant portrayals. Plant binomials-a two-term arrangement of classification. Class and species (particular designation). Case catnip. Nepeta cataria L. " Nepeta floribus interrupte spicatus pedunculatis "

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Nepeta cataria - Lamiaceae

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Taxonomy - (gr. taxis - plan, nomos - law) the exploration of the order of living beings. Distinguishing, naming, ordering creatures. Space Kingdom Phylum-phyta Class-phyceae Order-brews Family-aceae Genus Species

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Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes Prokaryotes Eukaryotes

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Eukaryote Lineages

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Origin of Cells

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Origin of Eukaryotic Cells

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Species Concepts

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International Code of Botanical Nomenclature (ICBN) Aim - to give a steady strategy for naming scientific categorizations. Rule I-herbal terminology is autonomous of zoological and bacteriological classification. Standard II-names of scientific classifications are dictated by method for nomenclatural sorts. Standard III-classification of a scientific categorization is endless supply of production. Naming - the reason for giving a name to a scientific categorization is not to show its characters or history, but rather to supply a method for alluding to it and to demonstrate its rank.

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Taxonomic Terminology Taxon - a scientific classification of any rank (plural: taxa). Equivalent word - at least two names that apply to a similar taxon. Basionym - the first name of a taxon. Creator/s - the primary individual or people to depict a taxon. Revisionary creator/s - the individual or people that altered the name. Historical underpinnings - the deduction, root, or history of a word. Sort Specimen - an example assigned to serve as a source of perspective point for a logical name. Holotype Lectotype

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Taxonomic Names Species names comprises of the variety name, in addition to the particular appellation . Individuals from an animal groups might be assembled into subspecies or assortments.

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How would you recognize plants? Ask a specialist. Utilize a herbarium. Contrast plant and a composed portrayal. Utilize books to picture I.D. examples. Photos and outlines. Utilize a dichotomous key.

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Dichotomous Keys A strategy utilized for recognizing obscure life forms. A dichotomous key is built of a progression of couplets, each comprising of two separate articulations. 1. Blossoms white .................. Plant A 1. Blooms red or yellow ..... 2. Petals red ............ Plant B 2. Petals white ........ Plant C

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